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Try right clicking on a part of the task bar and checking that the "Lock Task Bar" is not ticked in the menu that appears, untick it if it is. It shouldn't be as you can drag it to the left or right of the screen. Then click "Properties" and check that the "auto-hide task bar" is not ticked. Again it shouldn't be but untick if it is.
In these circumstances you should be able to drag the task bar to all four sides of the screen and it should remain visible at all times. If it is still not showing at the bottom of your screen, I would suspect that your graphics card is setup to show a larger screen than the actual screen can display, and you need to right click somewhere on the desk top and look at "Screen Resolution" (win7) to see what the settings are and what you can change them to to try and bring the task bar back into view when it is on the bottom.
Do any of your programmes lose their lower parts when viewed full screen?
On today's wide screen profile machines, I often find it better to have the task bar on the side. It takes a little getting used to at first, but after a while I found it more natural than at the bottom.
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okay, A. Please try this: Please start, in the search box type msconfig and
hit enter on the keyboard. You will get System configuration utility.
Please click tab, startup and then click Disable and then click OK.
Restart your computer. B. To remove malware/adware/spyware: Please scan your computer using free version of Superantispyware. http://www.superantispyware.com/ Please run quick scan.
(They Must Be Set Up Every Time You Email Some One)
Set Up The Tool Bar
Settings For The All New Email
if the tool bar is not enabled click rich text beside the subject line ( When you start composing an email you can hold your mouse over the little icons you see above the message you are typing they will tell you what they do ) spell check which is abc is above From above the message for fonts use the first drop down box above your message to choose one for text size use the second drop down box
Settings For Classic Email
if the tool bar is not enabled click options on the right top side of the mail page then general preferences scroll down to composing e-mails section check the box - compose messages as color and graphics
( When you start composing an email you can hold your mouse over the little icons you see above the message you are typing they will tell you what they do )
Text Size Adjustments For Any Webpage
go to top of this page in the grey area click view then text size adjust size
Font Size And Screen Width For Your Yahoo Message"s
Steps For The All New Mail
click options on top right side of mail page then mail options then contact options click mail on the left side then general preferences then font size screen width can be changed there also remember to click save
Steps For Classic Mail
click options on top right side of mail page general preferences then font size screen width can be changed there also remember to click save
Click the start button (Or the windows icon - typically lower left on the task bar). Choose Restart. If you can't find that, choose Shutdown, once the laptop is off, press and hold the power button till you see the power come on.
I had this problem on my PC and I tried everything from updating drivers to re installing the software and updating my graphics card but nothing seemed to work.
And then as a last resort I right clicked on the icon on my desktop and chose properties and clicked on the Compatability tab and unchecked on display settings Run in 640x480 screen resolution.
This worked and did not affect the webcam in anyway.